Multiple gallery pages allowed, grouped by category. For example, you can add to menu
two pages — "Web" and "Print" with custom list of projects in each.
Super fast native-style touch navigation for supported devices. Swipe left and right to view project images. Swipe up and down to browse projects (powered by RoyalSlider engine). Alternatively, use keyboard or mouse wheel on desktop.
YouTube and Vimeo video support.
Three types of image scale types — fit to screen if image is larger, fill the screen and no scale (may be different for each album).
Custom album background color or pattern (may be different for each album).
Automatically preloads nearby images after current is loaded.
Unlimited number of galleries and photos per album, within reason, of course.
Simple and fast gallery management — upload, reorder, remove images.
SEO optimized, images are indexed by search engines
Blog & Pages
Nothing special, all default elements, like headings, blockquotes, lists, images, captions are styled.
Threaded comments support, HTML5 inputs in reply form.
Advanced (mostly for devs)
Browser support: modern browsers, IE7+. Mobile: iOS, Android 2.2+, Opera Mobile (haven't tested in all versions), Windows Phone 7+, Blackberry OS and even black and white Kindle Keyboard.
Hardware-accelerated CSS3 transitions with fallback (supports Firefox 10+ 3d transform). Auto disables on Google Chrome, because of stupid font-rendering.
Does not block zoom gesture on mobile devices.
Built with LESS CSS, processed and cached by wp-less.
Gallery API - documented public methods, callbacks, properties. Gallery can be resized and placed anywhere you want.
Gallery keeps only 5 images in browser at once time to save memory on weak mobile devices.
CSS files are merged, all controls are loaded using one sprite to minify http requests.
Works great with WP super cache.
Fully translatable and localizable, .po file included.
There are simple rules:
Touchfolio is free to use for personal and commercial projects.
You can NOT redistribute Touchfolio theme or parts from it anywhere else.
Attribution is not required, but much appreciated and keeps project alive.